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1. Farewell to an old friend
(Main Content/Home Page)
The large, cinnamon-colored bear that many locals and visitors have golfed with at Sierra Star in Mammoth Lakes over the years was found dead on Sept. 21 near a home on Rusty Lane. Local Wildlife Specialist ...
2. Bear Hit on 203
(Blogs/Bear Blog)
With the warm weather that Mammoth has been experiencing in the past week, some bears are out and about. Unfortunately, one bear's early rising led to his untimely death. At approximately 3 a.m. on Saturday ...
3. Returns
(Legal Jargon/Bottom Menu)
... ours) * Return to the following address: TheBearWhisperer.COM Attn: Returns 204 Sierra Manor Rd., Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546 * Please allow 1-2 weeks for Returns to be processed. * We will refund your ...
4. Friends and Associates
(Main Content/Company)
Thanks are in order for these important friends and associates who've helped Steve keep doing what he does best - teach the bears! Stacey Bardfield - Mammoth Sierra Properties Tom Cage Karl Teller ...
5. Eastern Sierra TV
(Blogs/Bear Videos)
6. Other Wildlife
(Main Content/Other Wildlife)
... Sierra Wildlife Care  ...
7. The Town of Mammoth Lakes
(Main Content/Mammoth Lakes)
... the southwestern region of Mono County and many of its trails, campgrounds and roads abut or cross the crest of the Sierra. Mammoth is a tourist-based economy and receives approximately 2.8 million visitors ...
8. Bears Tales of 2010
(Main Content/Home Page)
Much like the stories of the “old days” when people in Mammoth would purposely leave dumpster lids open and trash lying around hoping to catch a glimpse, and a picture, of a bear, the tales of 2010 made ...
9. Don't Bug a Bear That's Eating
(Blogs/Have Your Say)
We were backpacking in Kings Canyon and set up camp near the Bubbs Creek Trail. In the middle of the night some other hikers showed up and set up camp nearby. For some reason they figured it was OK ...
10. The People of the Eastern Sierra
(Main Content/Mammoth Lakes)
People that live in the Eastern Sierra, and especially the more than 7,000 in Mammoth Lakes are a unique breed. In order to survive an average of 400 inches of snow each year, they have to be. People come ...
11. Where the heck is Mammoth Lakes?
(Main Content/Mammoth Lakes)
Mammoth Lakes, Calif. is nestled on the east side of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. With world-class Mammoth Mountain Ski Area at its doorstep, the locale boasts recreational activities of all shapes ...
12. Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care
(Web Links / Bear Advocacy Groups)
Helping and Healing Wildlife Eastern Sierra Wildlife Care is dedicated to helping native wildlife through rehabilitation of injured, ill and orphaned birds, mammals, and reptiles and by furthering public ...

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